September 2011 - elearning for healthcare
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eFM celebrates new arrival!

Posted on: September 13th, 2011 by Frankie No Comments

On Tuesday the 13th of September, the President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists ,Dr Anthony Dale Falconer, launched the eFM tool to an audience of obstetricians and midwives.

This web-based resource was developed through a partnership between the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the Royal College of Midwives and elearning for healthcare.

Obstetricians and midwives are required to independently interpret cardiotocographs (CTGs) in the crucial lead up to birth. EFM educates learners using assessment-driven case-based learning. The interactive learning sessions test knowledge of CTG interpretation and clinical management and provide feedback to the learner regarding their performance.

e-LfH shortlisted for e-Learning Age Awards 2011

Posted on: September 5th, 2011 by Frankie No Comments

Two elfh projects have been rewarded for their innovative thinking by being shortlisted for the elearning Age Awards 2011 in the Most Innovative New Learning Hardware or Software Product category. e-Fetal Monitoring’s Case Study tool allows users to practise their skills at interpretation of cardiotocographs in a virtual labour ward. elearning Anaesthesia’s MCQ tool is an Excel-based tool that lowers the bar for content creation, opening it up to any subject matter expert, while creating assessments of the highest quality. elfh has tasted success at previous elearning Age Awards and is hoping to continue that winning run at the Gala Evening on November 10th.

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